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A princess cut diamond is traditionally a square diamond that offers excellent fire and brilliance. When turned upside down they resemble pyramids, and their four sharp corners offer a subtle edge to the femininity of their sparkle.
The oval diamond has probably the longest known history. You can think of it as a round brilliant diamond that is stretched on its sides. Containing fire and brilliance, the oval diamond is suggestive of the round shape but is more unique. The oval can be narrow or wide, depending on personal preference.
The emerald cut is one of the most classic, dramatic and sophisticated cuts out there. With long crisp lines, these stones elongate any finger, creating a sought after look. Today, it is still a coveted diamond cut that withstands the test of time in both its durability and style.
Wearing the appropriate jewelry at a formal event is an ideal way to both enhance your look and accessorize with elegance and class. By wearing jewelry that makes a statement about why you’re there, you’re going to be the best dressed at any occasion.
One of the most common styles for earrings is the hoop earring. Hoop earrings have been a jewelry staple for decades. Hoop earrings are big circles that start at the front of the ear and circle all the way to the back of the earring. They range in size from large circles to smaller ones that sit closer to the earlobe. The thickness of the hoop can also vary with the larger hoops being thinner while the smaller hoops tend to be a little thicker. What differentiates the various types of hoop earrings is the style.